In regard to the events in Ferguson

In the wake of the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri, our communities and our country are experiencing turbulence. Shoreline Community College students and staff will be impacted by this to varying degrees. Individuals may experience a variety of emotions as they process this event. It is critical to remember that the college supports ensuring a safe and respectful environment for learning and teaching. Discussions should be encouraged to focus on feelings and what we can do constructively to support students and staff as the nation continues to struggle with difficult issues. For those in distress, assistance is available at Advising & Counseling in Room 5229,  206-546-4559 and www.shoreline.edu/counseling.

Soccer head coach has resigned

The Shoreline Community College Athletic Department has accepted the resignation of Men’s and Women’s Soccer Head Coach Aaron Howe.

Read more on the sports news site.

 

Students speak with American Idol music director

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Funk & Groove hosted Dave Kochanski, musical director for the American Idol Live tour, via Skype as part of its guest lecture series on Monday, Nov. 24.

Kochanski shared his experience working with aspiring performers, working on a demanding national live tour, learning new material quickly, industry experience and more. He also answered questions from the students and shared his thoughts on working in the field.

Blood drive on Wednesday, Nov. 26

Currently, the Puget Sound Blood Center’s blood inventory is really low and they are trying everything they can to collect as much volunteered blood as possible before the Thanksgiving weekend. Please stop by the Blood Drive in the PUB quiet dining room on Wednesday, Nov. 26 from 9-3 p.m. (closed from 11-noon).

Your generosity is greatly appreciated and needed! Photo ID is required to donate. Schedule an appointment online or just show up!

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